that he was saying -- okay, things aren't perfect. but you can't trust that guy. and if that's the strategy that you're going to adopt, you have to be prepared to use specifics to carry out that strategy. if, in fact, mitt romney's numbers don't add up. if he doesn't want to say what deductions he wants to get rid of or what loopholes he wants to close, it's up to the president to ask that specifically. and not just say -- generally, he's not telling you the whole story. but to ask him. ask the man. ask the man across from you. you want to be president. tell us, specifically, what you want to do. chris, you said before the debate tonight, you said that if you got a calvary, you got to use it. you don't stay in the fort. >> what's what i said. the calvary come out of the fort and fight the indians. >> tonight, though, barack obama stayed inside the fort for the most part. >> yeah. he was looking out through the hole. >> he really did.